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18 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:34 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 10, 2001
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  • PSA reported to be bidding for Lang Corp
    PSA Corporation is reported to be about to bid for Australian ports operator and logistics giant Lang Corporation.
  • Slot exchange deal in Far East-Middle East trade
  • UK detains cruise ship with safety problems
  • Row breaks out over IACS chairman's speech
  • Shipping industry slams Greenpeace's recycling claims
Air and Land Transport
  • Merger of major China airlines to take at least 2 yrs
    CHINA's bold plan to create three internationally competitive airline giants will take at least two years to complete, giving smaller carriers a chance to swoop for a share of the growing domestic market, analysts said.
  • Cathay dispute has little impact on cargo terminals
  • Auckland Airport to fight regulator's price control plan
  • US airlines' on-time rate at 30-mth high
  • ANA to launch charter flight to China
  • China starts work on rail link to Tibet
  • Log Book

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • BDP, G-Log in 10-year deal
    The freight forwarder will integrate G-Log's supply chain management software into its existing infrastructure.
  • APL opens trans-Atlantic link with Caribbean, C. America
    The carrier has added Central America, the Caribbean islands and the Caribbean coast of South America to its services.
  • Alitalia signs with SkyTeam carriers
    The accords with Air France and Delta are expected to pave the way for the Italian flag carrier to join the SkyTeam alliance.
  • Cathay cuts flights in pilots dispute
    The carrier, in the seventh day of a work action by pilots, is also putting some restrictions on cargo.
  • Andrew Gibson, former maritime administrator, dies
  • Vancouver sees positive outlook
  • China railway plans logistics park
  • Neu Group acquires Thyssen's bulk shipping division
  • Unions scuttle Bangladesh strike
  • Kintetsu reorganizes U.S. operations
  • Crowley Logistics to run Ford's Amazon terminal
  • Maritime groups call for WTO to free shipping
  • Typhoon snarls sea, air traffic
  • Georgia ports handle record volume

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • PTP sees 40 per cent growth
  • Hyundai China focuses on container business
  • Apply now for the Seatrade Awards 2002
  • NKK lays newbuilding keel
  • KLM first European carrier to fly next generation B737-900
  • Lufthansa Cargo's new animal transport service
  • New Kuehne & Nagel International AG board member

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Cargowebweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • Strikes at Iberia and Cathay
  • Cathay
  • Sabena daughters up for sale
  • Continental to sell stake in Express
  • Carriers boycott Brussels airport
  • Atlas Air promotes Fred De Leeuw
  • Forad Air trucker for BA
  • New management Lufthansa Cargo in UK

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Able Shipping completes a year of operations - Plans to enter breakbulk, reefer services soon
  • Anti-dumping duties only on SBR 1900 series
  • Wheat exporters awaiting Sept. demand pick-up
  • D&B, ECGC join hands to provide website for exporters
  • ESC move for tie-ups with Singapore cos in electronics
  • Top 3 rubber nations to buy up stocks to bolster prices!
  • Jaitley asks MoPT to formulate schemes to attract cruise-liners
  • AAI infrastructure plan to boost air traffic in North-East
  • TCI plans to branch out overseas
  • State government plans to set up AEZs at Aurangabad, Nagpur
  • Finance Ministry may not back farm export subsidy plan
  • Inflation rate dips
  • Tax holiday draws 100 units to Kutch dist.
  • FCI suspends rice release under tender accepted in April
  • Use e-communication to expand business, urges Joint DGFT
  • Forex reserves up by $ 177 m
  • Rana: Action plan to revive textile industry, exports on anvil
  • Stamp & Sales Tax Acts in for change
  • Assocham urges early wheat export quota policy
  • Forex reserves up by $ 118 million to $ 43,278 million
  • IIJS to be exclusive trade show for 3 years
  • Advantages of Surat SEZ highlighted at Federation of Gujarat Industries' seminar
  • Int'l garments fair in Delhi from July 14

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • IEA worries about winter squeeze on oil
  • Big spread between bid/offer in Rotterdam barge trade
  • Arab Gulf prices rise with Platts/tighter avails
  • Korea starts week with steady prices
  • Singapore fixing levels little changed in slow market
  • Singapore: MPA warns against delivery of "Cappuccino Bunkers"
  • Oil prices firm as US crude oil imports seen lower in weeks ahead

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • ISO 9002 certification
  • 4th Iberian Logistics Symposium
  • Hangartner on new ground
  • Kombiverkehr takes a new turn
  • The Lufthansa Ark soars
  • «Separate freight and passengers»
  • The Swissair Group
  • Alitalia
  • United Airlines
  • Jet Aviation Handling
  • Panalpina opens additional branches in USA

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • US railroad association figures for June show decline in rail carload traffic numbers
  • Orient Oversees Container Line christens new 5,500-teu OOCL FRANCE in Shanghai
  • Port of Tacoma goes with Father & Son for Maersk terminal break room move
  • Precision Castparts wins $130 million contract for five-year series of aircraft engine castings
  • Port of Bellingham bumps up contracts for construction of Squalicum Mall replacement

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Heaven sends Russian cargoship miracle to survivors of aircraft crash
    Mike Smith was not a religious man. But when he ditched his single engine airplane into the cold, raging North Pacific sea, he prayed ' and boy, somebody came through. Mr Smith was on...
  • Independent debacle sparks ship cover chaos
    SHIPOWNERS and marine brokers are calling for cast-iron assurances over the strength of insurance carriers and their backers, as chaos spreads in the wake of the failure of once-prominent UK operat...
  • Swan Reefer takes over Vestey's Star Reefers
    Swan Reefer is taking over the Vestey Group's Star Reefers business in a $35m deal which transforms the Oslo-listed company into one of the largest refrigerated shipping operators in the worl...
  • Clarksons buys 49% stake in Paris broker
    IN linE with its expansion programme, Clarksons has announced its acquisition of a 49% shareholding in the Paris-based shipbroking company Agence General d'Affretement. The link will...

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • Abu Dhabi box fleet under arrest
  • Toll hike may fund Canal expansion
  • Evergreen in marijuana probe
  • Arcadia cleared to sail
  • UK needs 'fewer ferry services'
  • Oman relents on cruise visas
  • Riverwijs moves into Dampier
  • Monsoon adds to Qasim's woes
  • CMA CGM close to Cagliari stake
  • Swan buys Star Reefers for $35M
  • Protesters target G-8 cruise ship
  • Singapore ship stock delisted
  • Chittagong hit by further strike
  • Paris agrees fresh aid for SNCM
  • Adriatic ferry sector levels off
  • Officer killed in lifeboat accident
  • Jamaica fears banana future
  • Intertanko welcomes bunker move
  • Supercats in more trouble
  • Dutch take river knowhow to US
  • Antofagasta counts cost of strike
  • Italian yard eyes up CMR
  • Commodore files restructure plan
  • Ocean Glory certificates withdrawn

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Marine Linkweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • Flender Werft Receives Containership Orders
  • Atlantic Market Freight Rates Fall Steadily
  • Noble Drilling Rig Damaged in Severe Weather
  • Statoil Commences Drilling Off Faroe Islands
  • Woldwide Offshore Rig Utilization Plummets
  • Lehman Bros.: General Maritime Is A Strong Buy

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 9, 2001
  • Green group battles Jebsen
    Environmental campaigners attack Atle Jebsen for bringing panamaxes to Spitsbergen.
  • Skaugen profits climb
    Shipowner IM Skaugen triples interim profit, but gas activities look less strong.
  • Wan Hai boxship ablaze
    A containership belonging to Taiwan's Wan Hai Lines is reported to be on fire.
  • APL extends reach
    The US line is offering European shippers links to the Caribbean and Central America - and vice versa.
  • Clarksons may launch more French raids
    The UK firm is not ruling out further French expansion after buying 49% of Paris-based dry cargo broker AGA.
  • Swan spends $35m on star deal
    Ugly ducking finds a stellar future in deal to take over 24 ship Vestey fleet.
  • General Dynamics extends takeover offer again
    The US shipbuilder is awaiting government approval to buy out the Newport News yard.
  • Israel's Zim stake could be sold by October
    The race to buy the state's share of the Ofer-managed boxship operator could be over sooner than expected.
  • WG&A profits soar
    Philippines shipowner William Gothong & Aboitiz is reversing its loss-making trend with healthy first quarter results.
  • Pilot error cited in Daewoo chopper crash
    Investigators say low altitude flying may have caused the Daewoo shipyard's fatal helicopter accident last week.
  • Cho Yang board to get the boot
    Board of directors at troubled Korean liner firm given their marching orders as it tries to cut costs.
  • Agip ties up Valles newbuilding
    Valles John Koo is in celebratory mood again after fixing the last of his aframax newbuildings on time-charter.
  • OMI takes second Kulukundis tanker
    OMI Corp, headed by Craig Stevenson (right), can not stop buying tankers.
  • Attika's Arcadia released to sail Great Lakes
    US authorities allow ship to carry on cruising after failing series of health inspections.

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